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The Status of Justice Reform in Minnesota

Minnesota Women's Press is building collaborative media partnerships to lift up the progress reports and solutions related to justice reform.

My Life as a Peace Activist

Photo by Sarah Whiting Years ago, in high school, I had a…

Women Forging Peace

Photo by Sarah Whiting Muslim, Jewish, and Christian women…

Always an advocate: Luz Maria Frias: Building bridges between cultures and communities through communication

Luz Maria Frias (Photo Courtesy of Luz Maria Frias) Luz Maria…
Sen. Sandy Pappas

Women Wage Peace

Women Wage Peace, which was founded on the premise that Israeli and Palestinian people had lost hope that there would ever be an agreement, and that women could change that attitude by instilling hope in the population.
Sen. Sandy Pappas

Forward, global women

Rula Quawas, a professor at the University of Jordan (left),…
Sen. Sandy Pappas

Betty McKenzie: locked up for peace

The activist nun put her beliefs on the line, even if it meant going to jail. "I learned a lot in prison. For one thing, the people there are absolutely normal. I can only think of one who seemed like a criminal to me."
Sen. Sandy Pappas

2013 Changemakers: The Girls Restorative Program

"We made statues with words that express how we should be." — Rashonda, 16
Sen. Sandy Pappas

Trees of reconciliation

"I was distressed about particularly the outcome of our involvement in Iraq. This seemed like something small that I could do to contribute in a positive way."
Sen. Sandy Pappas

2011 Changemakers: MCAD students meet WILPF

"Many of us see [this] as an opportunity to raise the next generation of women peacemakers."

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